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Other Ways to Report Healthcare Fraud

Other than filing a qui tam lawsuit, there are other avenues to expose or stop healthcare fraud. The following are possible contacts to pursue:

The following contacts are appropriate for reporting Medicare or Medicaid fraud to the federal government:

U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)

– Fill out a FraudNet form
– E-mail: [email protected]
– Call toll-free: 1-800-424-5454 (an automated answering system)
– Fax: (202) 512-3086
– Write:
GAO FraudNet
441 G Street NW
Mail Stop 4T21
Washington, DC 20548

HHS Office of Inspector General

Call: 800-447-8477
TTY: 800-377-4950
Online: Report Fraud Online
Mail: HHS Tips Hotline
P.O. Box 23489
Washington, DC 20026-3489

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

Call: 800-633-4227
TTY: 877-486-2048
Mail: Medicare Beneficiary Contact Center
P.O. Box 39
Lawrence, KS 66044

The following contacts are most appropriate for state-specific healthcare fraud complaints:

A complete list of State contacts is located on the CMS website.

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